BCIT Documentary: Back in the Saddle
Bird Birth Control
TransLink is partnering with the BCSPCA to combat the pigeon problems at VCC Clark skytrain station and beyond. Our reporter Kareem Gouda went to get the scoop on the poop.
For BCIT Magazine I went to a volunteer led repair shop in Vancouver's West End to see how people are itching to do some fixing.
This video presentation talks about the popularity of Bollywood dance classes among the South Asian diaspora in Vancouver. It was created as part of the Online and Social Media class in the BCIT Broadcast and Online Journalism Program. Pictures were taken at various classes and events in the B.C. lower mainland.
This is the "Fun Feature" project that my colleagues and I worked on. It is the final project of our visual fundamentals course at BCIT and serves to help us to learn sequencing, editing, composition and story-telling. It is about a man who dies on his way to hand in an assignment and has to learn how to be newly dead with the help of an unusual support group.
First Stand Up
BCIT Magazine May 18th, 2018
This week’s BCIT Magazine brings you a possible CP Rail strike that could cripple local businesses, the new ban on plastic straws in Deep Cove and a new addition to a seniors’ home that has residents rocking.
Our reporters also learned about a new hands-free device that could help people with disabilities, a famous local corner store and its signature treat that will soon be gone and new changes to legislation regarding marijuana at BCIT.
This episode was produced by Ashley Moliere and Kareem Gouda. The community calendar was also done by us as well.